A.F. Product Gallery: Track by Year: 1960

Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:26415
Road Name:Track Equipment Accessory Pack
Year Introduced:1960
This pack included the following:

6 - #26690 Track Terminals
6 - Packages of #26691 Steel Track Pins
6 - Packages of #26692 Fiber Track Pins
72 - #26700 Straight Track Sections
24 - #26720 Curved Track
12 - #26726 Half Straight Track Sections
6 - #26730 Half-Curved Track Sections
3 - #26745 90-Degree Crossings
3 - #26748 Automatic Re-railers

In 1962 this pack was known as the "Counter Display", which includes the above and the "Store Display Box".
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Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:26416
Road Name:Track Accessory Pack
Year Introduced:1960
(content of the pack are unknown at this time).
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Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:26419
Road Name:Track Accessory Kit #1
Year Introduced:1960
This pack included the following:

12 - #26700 Straight Track
12 - #26720 Curved Track
26 - #780/26782 black plastic Graduated Trestle with tapered sides
26 - #26693 Track Locks
1 - #704 Manual Uncoupler
1- #690 Track Terminal

The cardboard box for this item reads "26419 Accessory Package 1 BFJ" and the box number is B-2N833. "BFJ" indicates the item was produced in February 1960.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:26420
Road Name:Track Accessory Kit #2
Year Introduced:1960
This pack included the following:

6 - #26601 Straight
18 - #26602 Curved Fibre Roadbed
1 - #26745 90-degree Crossover
4 - #26710 Half-straight Tracks
4 - #26700 Full Straight Tracks
18 - #26720 Curves

Makes a figure-eight layout. The designations CFJ and DFJ on the box indicate a production date of March and April 1960, respectively.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:26421
Road Name:Track Accessory Kit #3
Year Introduced:1960
This pack included the following:

1 - #25046 Rocket Launcher Flat car
1 - #25515 U.S. Air Force Flat car with Rocket Sled
1 - #26752 Remote Control Uncoupler
1 - American Flyer Rocket Launcher Control Button
1 - Track Trip

The cardboard box for this item reads "No. 26421 Accessory Pack" and the box number is B2N907.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:26422
Road Name:Accessory Pack
Year Introduced:1960
This pack included the following:

12 - #27620 Curved Track
1 - #770 Uncataloged 1960 Girder Trestle Set

According to The Almost Complete Guide to American Flyer S Gauge Sets, the #26422 was part of the 1960 #20183 Special Train set (which included the following engine and cars: #21161, #24030, #24130, #24564, #24636).
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Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:26425
Road Name:Frontiersman Accessory Kit
Year Introduced:1960
The #26425 contained several sections of curved and straight track plus #780 black Trestle Set. It makes an up-and-over figure-eight. The cardboard box for the kit reads "26425 Accessory Package". The box number for the #26425 is the same as the #26419, which is B-2N833.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:26426
Road Name:Multi Purpose Plus Track Accessory Pack
Year Introduced:1960
This pack included the following:

1 - #24579 IC Flatcar
3 - silver cardboard pipes
2 - red bulkheads
3 - pieces of lumber
2 - Silver canisters
8 - stakes
1 - plastic brake wheel
4 - sections of #26720 Straight Track

This pack has been reported as being packaged in a red & white box with a white label on the end reading "26426 Accessory Pack". It has been reported a tan colored box measuring 11.5" x 3.75" x 2.75" which looks like a box for track. The box is rubber stamped in black ink on both end which reads "26426 Accessory Pack".
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:26427
Road Name:AMC Accessory Pack
Year Introduced:1960
(content of the pack are unknown at this time).
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Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:26428
Road Name:Accessory Pack
Year Introduced:1960
This 107-piece pack included the following:

1 - 1958 uncataloged #748 Girder, Trestle, and Tower Bridge Set
1 - M4105 instruction sheet
6 - #26700 Straight Track
8 - #26720 Curved Track

It builds into a 260" figure-eight railroad system that is interlocking so that it will not come apart. The accessory pack was packaged in a brown corrugated box, which is marked on the end with the following "26428. ACCES, PACK. AJFJ." The AJFJ designation on box indicates a production date of October 1960. The box number for this accessory pack is B3N134.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:26672
Road Name:Track Trip
Year Introduced:1960
The #26672 Electric Track Trip was produced in 1960 in only one variation. This trip utilized a new relay design unlike the one used for the #26671 Track Trip. The new relay has "26672" embossed on the base of the relay. The relay comes packaged in a grayish-tan cardboard box that measures 2-1/2" x 2" x 2-3/4". The box is plain except for having "26672 Track Trip" printed in black ink on one end. The box contains the following, as shown in the photo: #26672 Relay, #707 Track Terminal, two #26692 Fiber Pins, and the M4895 Instruction Sheet.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:26810
Road Name:Power-R-Klips
Year Introduced:1960
These clips were manufactured from 1960 through 1964 in only one variation. They were intended for use with standard American Flyer track. The purpose of the clips was to provide an inconspicuous electrical connection between the track and the transformer.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler

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